Insomnia Cookies announced it plans to expand its footprint outside of the US, starting with new stores in Canada and the UK, which are scheduled to open this summer. The bakery’s expansion plans also include dozens of new US stores, with the foal to deliver their cookies to 95% of US households.
The first international stores will open in Toronto and Manchester, with an offering including Insomnia’s classic, deluxe, vegan, and limited-edition cookie flavors. Insomnia’s new locations will soon be hiring managers, part-time cookie crew, delivery drivers, and shift leaders. Interested applicants can learn more and apply at Careers.InsomniaCookies.com.
“From a college start-up, we’ve come a long way over the last 20 years, and this year’s national and international new stores openings are just a taste of what’s to come for Insomnia Cookies,” said Seth Berkowitz, Founder and CEO of Insomnia Cookies. “Insomnia is so grateful to our loyal Insomniacs, whose passion for our brand has fueled our growth. We’re thrilled to soon be delivering our warm, delicious cookies and desserts across the globe and welcome even more fans into our cult-like community.”
Founded in 2003 in Philidelphia, Insomnia Cookies is a subsidiary of Krispy Kreme, with a late-night bakery concept. Today, its network has more than 230 locations throughout the US, offering various cookies, ice cream, and other sweet treats in-store, for local delivery, and nationwide shipping.
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